H/t reader kevin a.
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H/t reader squodgy:
“Nice to know the appointed leaders fully represent the interests of their voters.”
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- A mother has revealed how high the demand for black market breast milk is
- The woman says milk can sell for between $200 and $500 per litre in Australia
- Buyers include cancer patients, mothers with no milk and elite athletes
- Other buyers have breast milk fetishes – they are often willing to pay the most
Mothers can earn up to a staggering $500 per litre for their breast milk on the black market, with cancer patients, athletes and people with fetishes first in line for the product.
A mother-of-two told Daily Mail Australia she sells her breast milk to cancer patients and refuses to charge more than $30 a litre for it – but her friends earn much more.
‘Some athletes are happy to pay $220 a litre regularly – more if the mother eats clean and exercises regularly,’ she said.
H/t reader kevin a.
What would happen, if we would go to Muslim countries (how about Saudi Arabia?) and threaten their politicians with beheading, if they are not willing to install our political and judical system? (Rhetorical question)
Luckily for them (and for me) I am not PM, because I would deport all of those who want to install sharia law at gunpoint.
That said, I am fully aware that TPTB are playing these useful idiots like a harp and the name of the game is DIVIDE ET IMPERA!
TPTB have the greatest financial collapse planned for us and after that we are on our own, as I’ve said many times.
There will be civil war in many, many countries, directly followed by WW3.
TPTP play chess, the people have to still figure out how to move the pieces.
We are nowhere near the point, where people can understand what TPTB are really doing and have a clear view of the chessboard.
In other words, it really doesn’t look good for us.
The letter to Lambie warns that “you are the enemy of Islamic State, therefore, I will take the honor in beheading you.” It includes graphic images of a man having his head sliced off by a knife.
Adelaide Now (h/t Russian Bear) Police are investigating a poison pen letter claiming that Muslim plan to behead Tasmanian Senator Jacquie Lambie unless she helps introduce sharia law in Australia.
Her office conceded the letter could be a fake threat, linked to opponents of a new mosque in Adelaide, but said that they were taking the threat seriously and had referred the matter to the Australian Federal Police.
It claims to have been prepared by the “Adelaide Islamic State Mujahideen” and makes references to plans to build a mosque in Adelaide, suggesting that the development would represent a celebration of Lindt gunman Haron Monis’s efforts to expand the Islamic State’s philosophy.
The outspoken senator, who recently called for the introduction of the death penalty for terrorists, has confirmed her staff received a letter this week.
“Do not involve the police or media, shut you f—en mouth and do as I say or else the bloodshed will worsen,” the letter says. “I swear upon Allah’s will that death will be approaching to you.”
Describing the contents as “disgusting” Senator Lambie said she had no plans to abandon her pursuit of tougher laws against terrorists.
“If you don’t like our Australian law or you don’t want to abide by our Australian constitution then pack your bags and do what I have already asked leave,” she said. Here is a reality check for Islamic terrorists living in Australia, we will never bow down to sharia law.”
Opponents of the proposed mosque at Greenfields yesterday distanced themselves from the letter. John Bolton, who made a deputation against the mosque being built at a Salisbury Council meeting last week, said the letter was shocking.
“My belief is there are very good arguments to why the mosque should not be built there (but) I would not be involved with, nor am I aware of, anyone who would make such statements,” he said.
A member of the Patriots Defence League of Adelaide, who did not want to be named, said he did not know of anyone who would go to such extremes and would not endorse such a horrific letter. He said he would be sceptical of the letter being created by anyone in the League but said he could not speak for everyone.
Ahmed Ahmedy of the Hazara Foundation of SA, who have proposed the mosque., said he was shocked anyone would try and link the mosque with the crimes of Monis.
“I don’t know what the beliefs of the people who did write the letter are but it is not an Australian belief,” he said. “Australians are broad minded and multicultural.”
SA Police Assistant Commissioner Bryan Fahy said SA Police were aware of the threat and working with Australian Federal Police.
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H/t reader squodgy:
“Richer than you think.”
Paid directly from Satan’s petty cash.
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If you watch this video and hear this life saving truth. Try it. It is the blushwood tree. If you know anyone that has cancer get this video to them immediately.
Our government is trying to keep you in the dark, there is a cure for cancer. But it is free and they want you to give them all your fortunes. They do not want you well, they want you broke.
Scientists have managed to destroy cancerous tumours by using an experimental drug derived from the seeds of a fruit found in north Queensland rainforests. Continue reading »
Australia’s hottest day? Not 2010, but 1828 at a blistering 53.9 °C
Back before man-made climate change was frying Australia, when CO2 was around 300ppm, the continent savoured an ideal preindustrial climate, right? (This is the kind of climate we are spending $10bn per annum to get back too?)
We are told today’s climate has more records and more extremes than times gone by, but the few records we have from the early 1800’s are eye-popping. Things were not just hotter, but so wildly hot it burst thermometers. The earliest temperature records we have show that Australia was a land of shocking heatwaves and droughts, except for when it was bitterly cold or raging in flood.
In other words, nothing has changed, except possibly things might not be quite so hot now.
Silliggy (Lance Pidgeon) has been researching records from early explorers and from newspapers. What he has uncovered is fascinating. — Jo
Lance Pidgeon writes:
These Australian headlines from the 1800′s above describe extremes the early colonists faced. At the time the European explorers who were instructed and equipped to map the country and record the climate were frustrated by the only constant …change.
The heat was extreme – often hotter than 127F!
Like the other explorers Sturt was asked to record everything and in detail: Continue reading »
- The refugees are the collateral damage in Australia’s widely criticized “Stop the Boats” policy, the rule that asylum seekers who try to reach Australian shores by sea will never “make Australia home,” even if they are genuine refugees, are children or have skills. — Los Angeles Times.
- “[T]he arrivals by sea seem to prompt anger. One reason for this could be that migrants and refugees who try to reach Australia by sea are, in fact, coming illegally. Those that are being resettled through its Humanitarian Programme, meanwhile, are registered refugees being accepted under Australia’s international obligations.” — J. Weston Phippen, in The Atlantic.
- Then-Secretary of State John Kerry worked out the deal with Australia to “fast track” the immigrants, but did not tell Congress. It would be illegal if the deal was considered a treaty negotiated by Kerry. According to the Constitution, it would have to have been sent to Congress for ratification.
- It is hard to complain about Australia — democratic, sunny, cheerful, and oh, those koalas and kangaroos. On a more serious note, Australia is a welcome ally, participating in military operations around the world with American forces and sharing our concerns about aggressive Chinese behavior in the South- and East China Seas. Australia is spending billions to modernize its military forces.
But a few things about Australia should be made clear as President Trump scuttles an Obama-administration deal to take 1,250+ refugees currently in Australian-run internment camps in Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Internment camps? Papua New Guinea and Nauru?
THE invasion of bluebottles and jellyfish on Sunshine Coast beaches continues with 22,841 bluebottle stings recorded by lifesavers since December 1.
The Sunshine Coast Daily reported Strong northerlies blowing through the summer have contributed to the problem with a Surf Lifesaving Queensland spokeswoman advising Noosa and Mooloolaba recording the most stings with approximately 3000 each.
H/t reader kevin a.
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Australian crop losses mount from cold and wet conditions across the agricultural belt. Although the BOM head meteorologists had forecast never ending drought. Which has turned out to be the opposite with record floods across the country this year. Additionally new ACORN data sets show Australia has remained the same temperature as 1920.
The Coming Famine https://www.lewrockwell.com/2017/01/j…
Australian citrus exports help ease tough domestic year http://www.freshplaza.com/article/169…
Difficult year ahead for South Australian horticulture http://www.freshplaza.com/article/168…
Met Service Images https://www.facebook.com/MetService/?…
Wet spring means low yields for Australian stone fruit http://www.freshplaza.com/article/168…
Australian desert floods and lakes forming https://www.facebook.com/JohnsWeather…
Double Rainbow west Australia https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb…
Potato shortage never this bad: farmers http://www.smh.com.au/business/potato…
Waterfalls on Uluru Australia http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-12-26…
Rain in Desert NT Radar Imagery http://www.bom.gov.au/products/IDR253…
Multi Continent grand solar minimum overlap https://wattsupwiththat.com/2016/01/0…
Peat Bog moisture reconstruction http://journals.sagepub.com/na101/hom…
Aboriginal Seasonal Calendars http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/cgi/viewcontent….
Evidence of the Medieval Warm Period in Australia, New Zealand and Oceania https://wattsupwiththat.com/2016/01/0…
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This is now the second “Rare” summer snowfall in New Zealand. The year has so far been below normal temperatures for several parts of the country, but the last out of season Antarctic low brought a foot of snow in the middle of summer. Apple shortages across the country and out of season rains have prompted farmers to hire helicopters to hover over the fields to dry fruit.
New Zealand Summer Snow Second Time GET OTHER IMAGES
Summer snowfall record New Zealand https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-z…
January Summer snow for new Zealand https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-z…
Yes, it’s snowing in the middle of summer http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/art…
It’s Summer In New Zealand And They’re Getting Snow! http://unofficialnetworks.com/2017/01…
Auckland homes lose power as storm hits http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/nationa…
Helicopters save New Zealand cherries http://www.freshplaza.com/article/169…
New Zealand shoppers dismayed at apple shortage http://www.freshplaza.com/article/169…
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The Australian government has announced a radical overhaul of its security system at its airports planning to replace traditional ID checks with a biometric self-processing system dubbed, the Seamless Traveller.
The Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) announced that it will proceed with the transition to a “contactless” ID check system this year under the initiative first announced in 2015.
The new technology is expected to abolish the need for passenger cards, passport control and will replace manned desks and electronic stations with automatic triage. The SmartGates, which were introduced at Australian airports less than ten years ago and used to electronically scan passengers’ passports, will also be replaced by the new system. Continue reading »
BOM Australia forecast in 2008 that there will be a drought that will never end in our lifetime, a mega drought that is the new normal system and Australia had better hurry and build desalinization plants, but record rains across the outback, Western Australia and Northern Territories, make it apparent that leadership of the BOM needs to be changes if their forecasts are so inconsistently incorrect for over a decade.
Measurements ACORN-SAT. The homogenized ACORN-SAT database Australia http://jennifermarohasy.com/2016/12/t…
Somewhat Contrived: The Australian Bureau of Meteorology’s Approach to Calculating Warmest Years http://jennifermarohasy.com/2017/01/s…
Wettest September on Record in Murray Darling http://jennifermarohasy.com/2016/10/w…
New evidence involving the ancient poop of some of the huge and astonishing creatures that once roamed Australia indicates the primary cause of their extinction around 45,000 years ago was likely a result of humans, not climate change.
Led by Monash University in Victoria, Australia and the University of Colorado Boulder, the team used information from a sediment core drilled in the Indian Ocean off the coast of southwest Australia to help reconstruct past climate and ecosystems on the continent. The core contains chronological layers of material blown and washed into the ocean, including dust, pollen, ash and spores from a fungus called Sporormiella that thrived on the dung of plant-eating mammals, said CU Boulder Professor Gifford Miller. Continue reading »
- Grand Mufti Ibrahim Abu Mohammed called for change in hate speech laws
- Ibrahim Abu Mohammed wants Racial Discrimination Act to protect Muslims
- He said claims the Act threatens freedom of speech is ‘meritless’ to minorities
- Liberal senator James Paterson said Dr Mohammed’s proposal was ‘dangerous’
Australia’s Grand Mufti has called for hate speech laws to be changed for the protection of Muslims.
In a submission to a Parliamentary inquiry, Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohammed, the Grand Mufti since 2011, called for section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act to stop minority groups being ‘exposed’ to religious discrimination or vilification.
SYDNEY (AP) — Australian officials defended their suspension of the fruitless deep-sea sonar search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, insisting on Wednesday that the enormous costs involved played no role in their decision to halt the nearly three-year hunt.
SYDNEY (AP) — The Latest on the official suspension of the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (all times local): 10:30 p.m. The sister of the Flight 370 pilot has slammed the authorities for ending the search despite earlier being confident the plane was in the area.
H/t reader squodgy:
“As with Fukushima, the Jimmy Savile Paedophile Enguiry, Brexit, and so on….drag it out long enough and people have short memories and whatever it is can be quietly dropped, and nobody seems to notice, nobody seems to care. Continue reading »
BY 2021, rural towns lining the Bruce Highway in central Queensland will look nothing like they do now.
Quiet plains home to fourth generation farmers and thousands of head of livestock will be cleared and transformed into military battlegrounds where tanks roam rather than cattle.
Thousands — estimates suggest as many as 14,000 — foreign troops will drive armoured vehicles, fly helicopters and jet aircraft and fire live rounds. It won’t be suitable for civilians. Continue reading »
Category 5 hurricane winds in California, Cat 3 winds in Colorado, Cat 4 winds in Europe’s blizzards and the media uses a few tweets and a 10 second story to report, but a Cat 1 hurricane and its 24/7 news in summer so the media can hype global warming. All the while refusing to discuss cosmic ray intensity increasing which is the real cause of out of season floods happening globally.Wettest September on Record in Murray Darling http://jennifermarohasy.com/2016/10/w… California floods https://watchers.news/2017/01/09/stor… Hurricane force winds Adriatic https://watchers.news/2017/01/07/arct… http://www.severe-weather.eu/mid-rang… Hurricane force winds California http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/17… Congo Rains http://sdwebx.worldbank.org/climatepo… http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/01… https://watchers.news/2016/12/30/boma… Unisys Ocean Surface Temperature Map http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc… Cold Outbreak Forecasts http://www.amccao.com/ Reports http://www.ac.els-cdn.com/ Global Cloud Topography Daily Update https://www.nrlmry.navy.mil/archdat/g… Cosmic ray monitor http://cosmicrays.oulu.fi/webform/mon… http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/17… Philippines out of season rains http://src.meteopilipinas.gov.ph/repo… Neutron monitor https://wattsupwiththat.com/reference… Cosmic Rays are increasing http://news.spaceweather.com/cosmic-r… Solar Cycle Comparison http://spaceweathernews.com/
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THE split of $50 billion worth of oil and gas revenue between East Timor and Australia will need to be reviewed as both governments have indicated they will tear up a 2006 treaty on the Greater Sunrise reserve in the Timor Sea.
For years Dili had sought to renegotiate the agreement following claims Australian spies had bugged East Timor’s leaders during 2004 negotiations. The reserve contains gas and oil worth an estimated $50 billion, but how the share of the spoils will be divided up must now be revisited. The two governments have announced in a joint statement East Timor will soon formally inform Australia it wants to terminate the treaty, which will cease three months from the date of notification.
The treaty split future revenue of Greater Sunrise reserve 50/50 between East Timor and Australia and put a 50-year moratorium on a permanent maritime boundary. Continue reading »
record amount of rainfall in Australia has closed its famous national park at Uluru in what meteorologists described as a “twice a century” weather event.
Waterfalls have formed all over the park’s huge sandstone landmark, which is also known as Ayers Rock and is among Australia’s top tourist attractions in the Northern Territory.
“There’s a lot of water coming off the rock and what that does is just channels across the ring road around Uluru,” said park ranger Mike Misso.
“Some of those roads there were flooded by about 300-400mm of rain. Quite spectacular but very hazardous road conditions.”
Rangers were forced to close the park at 9am on Boxing Day due to flooded roads and a risk of car accidents. Continue reading »
A radical Islamic group that wants a global Muslim superstate has slammed moderate Muslims for distributing leaflets emphasising their love of Australia.
Ahmadiyya worshippers have been dropping the flyers into letterboxes in Hobart to counter right-wing political parties like One Nation, Reclaim Australia and the Australian Liberty Alliance, which are calling for a ban on Muslim migration. Continue reading »
Summer Snows in both Chile and Australia are not normal, this follows records snows in Sapporo and record cold across the Northern Hemisphere. Tallest waves ever recorded and more gigantic volcanic eruptions in Russia’s far east.
Summer Snowstorms, Volcanic Dust and Record High Waves
Summer snow” has dusted Victoria’s high country http://www.9news.com.au/wild-weather/…
BOM Australia http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/current…
Lightning Australia http://www.accuweather.com/en/videos/…
Global financial has picked up steam. Australian citizens are likely the next victim.
AU News reports Government Floats $100 Note Removal.
SAY goodbye to the $100 note. Continue reading »
- A 21-year-old man who was viciously bashed described his attackers as ‘animals’
- Landscaper Andrew was at Melbourne’s St Kilda when the attack happened
- He said the men who were of African appearance forced their way onto the site
- Police are currently reviewing CCTV footage in an attempt to find the culprits
A man who was viciously bashed during an unprovoked gang attack while working was stomped on and whipped with a belt by people he described as ‘animals’.
Andrew Wills, a 21-year-old landscaper, was working with his colleague, Nathan, outside the St Kilda Life Saving Club, in Melbourne’s south-east, on Monday at 7.30pm when the incident occurred. Continue reading »
- The closure of Hazelwood coal-fired power station will increase energy bill costs
- The end of the Victoria station will add $78 a year to household energy bills
- South Australia will be hit the hardest as of March with a $150 increase a year
- Wholesale prices will rise 36 percent after the power generator is shutdown
The closure of Victoria’s Hazelwood coal-fired power station will add $78 a year to energy bills around the country, new analysis shows.
South Australians will be hit the hardest, with $150 a year set to added onto household bills.
Victorians will get an extra $99, while Queenslanders will face an extra $28, thanks to the upcoming closure of Australia’s cheapest power generator. Continue reading »
Qantas tops the list of more than 1,900 companies, while revenue from the petroleum resource rent tax plummets
More than 35% of the largest public companies and multinational entities paid no tax in Australia in the most recent financial year on record, according to the second transparency report published by the Australian Taxation Office.
Qantas Airways, for the second year in a row, was the company with the highest total income to have paid no tax, followed by Origin Energy, Lend Lease and ExxonMobil Australia. Continue reading »
News headlines carried the story of hail and snow in Saudi Arabia the last week of November 2016, but soon after were massive floods that didn’t garner the medias attention, or the 2 feet of hail in Mexico or the massive hail storms across Australia. With approaching temperatures of -40F in Alaska all time temperature records will be smashed across Canad and the USA in the first weeks of December.
Only one in seven West Australian men involved in a new study met fertility benchmarks set by the World Health Organisation, researchers have said.
More than 400 WA men aged between 20 and 22 had testicular ultrasounds and sperm samples examined by researchers from the University of Western Australia and Perth’s King Edward Memorial Hospital.
They found 85 per cent of the men failed to reach the World Health Organisation’s criterion for fertility, which measures semen quality and sperm count. Continue reading »
H/t reader squodgy:
You just can’t make this up.
The very latest Sars/Ebola/Birdflu/AIDS set up that they have created to put total fear into poor old Joe.”
The official story on this just sounds totally made up.
More than 8,500 people were hospitalized last week and six have now died in Australia due to what is being reported as a rare phenomenon known as “thunderstorm asthma”.
(I told you it sounds totally made up.)
Right now if you search for this story on Google News Australia, there isn’t a peep about it in the top news. You have to type in the word “asthma”.
Then it’s like a horror show. Continue reading »
“We are entering a very dark phase in this battle to retain our liberty,” warns Armstrong Economics’ Martin Armstrong, adding that “this is the most dangerous period we are heading into for governments will respond only to their own self-interest to survive.”
The war on cash is in full swing.
First we saw India’s Modi demonetize bank-notes in the interest of fighting corruption and tax avoidance in the black economy… later admitting that this will eventually lead to a cashless society.
Then we hear of a proposal now being whispered behind the curtain in Europe is to impose a tax on withdrawing your own money from an ATM. The banks support this measure as a whole because they see this as preventing bank runs.
And now the whispers behind the curtain are starting to get louder. Continue reading »
H/t reader squodgy:
“Hey…looks like the Aussies might get a White Christmas….”
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